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From: ggilliss at (Gregory A. Gilliss)
Subject: Another noxious M$ trojan


Following up on the binaries, I scanned the originating host:

Interesting ports on (
(The 1515 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: closed)
<31 tcp ports and several hundred udp ports snipped>
Remote OS guesses: Solaris 2.6 - 2.7, Solaris 7

In plain English, wide f**kin' open. No telling where it came from
(unless someone wants to try the box and look for history or logs :)

Billions for espionage, not one yuan for security =;^)


On Wed, 2003-11-19 at 22:23, Gregory A. Gilliss wrote:
> For all who were interested in reviewing the suspect binaries, I have 
> posted them on my Web site:
> The first is 52521 bytes and the second is 51529 bytes. Both executables,
> when uncompressed, measure 106496 bytes. Each file expands to a Windows
> .EXE file.
> These files are suspected MALWARE and should not be executed except under
> controlled circumstances. I accept no responsibility for damages.
> BTW, I hope it's just another Gibe variant also...problem with running
> UNIX and getting all these useless attachments >-)

Gregory A. Gilliss, CISSP                              E-mail:
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PGP Key fingerprint 2F 0B 70 AE 5F 8E 71 7A 2D 86 52 BA B7 83 D9 B4 14 0E 8C A3

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